Train enthusiasts from Slough and Windsor are 'back on track' after being forced to abandon their weekly get togethers by the pandemic.

Instead, Slough and Windsor Railway Society members now holding their weekly meetings on Zoom.

This Friday they will be hearing a talk entitled German Railway Signalling by Wolfgang Meyenberg - the first overseas guest to address the group.

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Friday, January 22 the talk will be entitled First Railway to the Seaside - The Connection to the Port of Fleetwood in 1840. It will be delivered by David Evans from the Poulton and Wyre Railway Society.

On January 29 Mark Ashmole from the Scottish Railway Preservation Society will talk about the Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway.

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While on February 5 BBC reporter Tom Ingall will talk about the Great Central Railway Reunification Project.

The meetings all start at 7.45pm.

New members of the Railway Society are always welcome. The cost is £15 adults, £10 junior, £20 for a family - with a £10 concession for pensioners, the disabled, students and the unwaged.

To join contact the membership secretary Alan Grace on 01753 525119 or 07393 332710 - email